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“When I asked him if getting together with members of minorities is being ‘at risk,’ Leibe replied: ‘For the families that ostracise them it is'”, Ben Yeffet said.
Bukhara, the capital of the Bukhara Province of Uzbekistan, has been inhabited for at least five millennia and is over eighty-five per cent Muslim.
The city is located on the Silk Way, a historical network of interlinking trade routes across the Afro-Eurasian landmass.
From the founding of the Kingdom of Poland in 1025 through to the early years of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth created in 1569, Poland was the most tolerant country in Europe.
Known as paradisus judaeorum (Latin for "Paradise of the Jews"), it became a shelter for persecuted and expelled European Jewish communities and the home to the world's largest Jewish community of the time.